Official Site of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe

Announcements

 

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2nd Annual Tribal Empowerment Gathering & Feed

Friday, Sept 12th, 2014
5:30-8:00PM
Sinte Gleska University Multi-Purpose Building

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  • Updates on Tribal Concerns
  • Cooperative Member & Voter Empowerment
  • Opportunity to meet the Tribal Member Candidate

ATTENTION Cherry-Todd Electric Cooperative Members
Who are RST Tribal Members!

Dinner will be Served
and Door Prizes
Hosted & Organized by OFFER
For a transportation Schedule or any questions, please contact OFFER Coordinator, Ronald L. Neiss, Cell 605.208.6136


 

Cherry Tood Electric Annual Meeting:

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

9:00am Ben Reifel Auditorium. Mission, SD

 

AUTISM SG FLYER -sept 2014Autism Family Information Group

Tuesday, Sept. 16th 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Lakota Tiwahe Center
(building just to the right of Tribal Ed/Head Start)
Planning meeting for October 2014 Autism Family Halloween Night!!

A meal will be served
For more information call Steph at 747-4145 Sponsored by the RSTED Lakota Tiwahe Center

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DaVita Dialysis at Sinte Gleska University Campus
2nd Thursday of the month from 1- 2:30 p.m.
SGU Commons, Multi-purpose building
Antelope Lake Campus
September 11 October 9
November 13 December 11

Please contact Melanie Bailey, DaVita Dialysis Social Worker for more information:
605-319-9425

 

 

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Clothing Order Application PDF

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Sicangu Wicoti Awayankapi Corporation

Cordially Invites: All Tenants, Board Members, Tribal Council and Interested Parties 

Indian Housing Plan Annual corporate Meeting

Location: Father Paul Hall, mission, SD (St. Thomas)

When: Friday, September 05th, 2014

Time 10:00a.m. until complete

Agenda To Include:

2015 Indian Housing Plan

2014 Indian Housing Plan Update

Dave Heisterkamp- SWA Corporation Attorney - National Housing Legislative Update

Positive Ideas:

Tenant Suggestions for improving and planning needs for the housing

Door Prizes - Lunch and more!

Important Notice

(as of August 30th)

The Department of Interior has provided the data needed for the Trust Administration class distribution. GCG is currently validating this data. Once the data has been reviewed, Class Counsel will seek the final approval needed from the Court to commence distribution. GCG is prepared to commence sending out checks within three weeks as long as the Court gives final approval for the Trust Administration Class distribution. We will update the website when the first checks have been mailed. (Please note that checks may take 5-7 days to reach Class Members once they have been mailed.)

138th Annual RST Wacipi 2014 Results

Golden Age Men’s Traditional – 50+
1. Joe Lafferty
2. Ejay Smith
3. Joe Lufkins
4. Pat Iron Cloud
5. Albert Red Bear

Golden Age Women’s Traditional – 50+
1. Millie Black Bear
2. Denise One Star
3. Carmen Clairmont
4. Sandra Black Bear
5. Leona Hopkins

Men’s Traditional – 18-49
1. Ronald Cross Dog
2. MJ Bull Bear
3. Galen Drapeau
4. Steve Yellow Earrings
5. Waylon Gaddie

Women’s Traditional – 18-49
1. Julie Blue Thunder
2. Kella With horn
3. Daisa One Feather
4. Meguan Oksasikewiyin
5. Maxine Broken Nose

Men’s Grass – 18-49
1. Jon Taken Alive
2. Mike One Star
3. Julius Not Afraid
4. Eddie One Star
5. Ashkii Kadenehii

Women Jingle – 18-49
1. Jordan Drapeau
2. Tonia Jo Hall
3. Calsandra Tyndall
4. Cepa Two Eagle
5. Lynssey New Holy

Men’s Fancy 18-49
1. Canku One Star
2. White Coyote Holy Bull
3. Lane Makes Room
4. Jessup Yazzie
5. Craig Cleveland Jr.

Women’s Fancy – 18-49
1. Helene Gaddie
2. Jamie White Face
3. Josephine White Feather
4. Shelby Williams
5. Natisha Wagner

Men’s Chicken – 18-49
1. Robert Fish
2. Jax Red Bird
3. Thomas Ridley

Teen Boy’s Traditional -13-17
1. Wesley New Holy Jr.
2. Dylan Ashley
3. Izzy Tamayo
4. John Poor Thunder
5. Chris Mercado

Teen Girl Traditional – 13-17
1. Suni Blue Thunder
2. Delicia Payer
3. Lalani Bull Bear
4. Shaniece Village Center
5. Montoya Makes Room For Them

 

Teen Boy’s Grass – 13-17
1. Jayden Joseph
2. Pacer Hays
3. Robin Herman Jr.
4. Maurice Broken Nose

Teen Girl’s Jingle – 13-17
1. Sunshine Arcoren
2. Manitula Brave
3. Dionna Bull Bear
4. Emmalee Clairmont
5. Maske Horse Looking

Teen Boy’s Fancy – 13-17
1. Hunter Blacksmith
2. Carlos Benally

Teen Girl’s Fancy – 13-17
1. Oskate Win One Star
2. Charlize Arcoren
3. Katie Weddell 
4. Fallen Sorbel
5. Autumn Phelps

Teen Boy’s Chicken – 13-17
1. C.J. Oldlodge

Junior Boy’s Traditional – 6-12
1. Myles Bull Bear
2. Walter Cross Dog
3. Wasaka Clairmont
4. Raiden Bull Head
5. Daris Benally

Junior Girl’s Traditional – 6-12
1. Selena Iron Cloud
2. Malikia Village Center
3. Ashlynn Abbey
4. Denaya Payer
5. Winter Black Horse

Junior Boy’s Grass– 6-12
1. Allen Charging Hawk
2. Danny Iron Cloud
3. Logan Horse Looking
4. Jazz Bull Head Jr.
5. Clifford Bordeaux

Junior Girl’s Jingle – 6-12
1. Jazz Arcoren
2. Dori Blue Thunder
3. Tristine Cross Dog
4. Ella Siouxmann
5. Salone Eagleman

Junior Boy’s Fancy – 6-12
1. Silas White Buffalo
2. Bryson One Star
3. Dwight White Buffalo Jr.
4. Rowdy Arcoren
5. Tyler Bull Head Jr.

Junior Girl’s Fancy – 6-12
1. Stevi Fallis
2. Kass Arcoren
3. Wiconi Uses Arrow
4. Keya Drapeau
5. Lillian With Horn

Junior Boy’s Chicken – 6-12
1. Deej Arcoren
2. DeShaun Uses Arrow
3. Renzo Bull Head
4. Zack Bull Head

 

 

 

RST OFFICIAL 2014 COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE CANDIDATES:

BLACK PIPE:

  • RICHARD CHARGING HAWK
  • GERALD EAGLE BEAR 

BUTTE CREEK:

  • OPAL LARVIE MAXEY 
  • ARNETTA BRAVE

GRASS MOUNTAIN:

  • LOUIS WAYNE BOYD
  • STANLEY W. ROGERS

IDEAL:

  • SHIZUE M. LAPOINTE
  • PAULA ANTOINE

OKREEK:

  • WAYNE FEDERICK 
  • STEVE L. DENOYER, JR. 
 

PARMELEE:

  • BRIAN KEITH DILLON
  • SANDRA BLACK BEAR

SOLDIER CREEK:

  • KATHLEEN WOODEN KNIFE 
  • VALERIE CRAZY BULL 

SPRING CREEK:

  • LILA KILLS IN SIGHT
  • DONNA HOLLOW HORN BEAR

TWO STRIKE:

  • RICHARD "SMOKEY" WHIPPLE
  • BEN I. BLACK BEAR III 

MILKS CAMP:

  • WILLIAM A. BEARSHIELD
  • BYRON ANDREWS, SR.

 

THE UNOFFICIAL CANDIDATE RESULTS FROM THE 2014 ROSEBUD SIOUX TRIBE PRIMARY ELECTION:

BLACK PIPE:

  • RICHARD CHARGING HAWK - 555
  • GERALD EAGLE BEAR - 535
  • BARBARA CLAIRMONT - 344
  • WILLIAM MORRISON - 327

BUTTE CREEK:

  • OPAL LARVIE MAXEY - 673
  • ARNETTA BRAVE - 586
  • ABEL HARMON - 470

GRASS MOUNTAIN:

  • LOUIS WAYNE BOYD - 917
  • STANLEY W. ROGERS - 327
  • VANESSA RED HAWK THOMPSON - 264
  • CLAUDETTE C. ARCOREN - 250

IDEAL:

  • SHIZUE M. LAPOINTE - 580
  • PAULA ANTOINE - 326
  • CHARLES DUBRAY - 222
  • RICHARD D. THIN ELK - 220
  • ROGER MILK - 215
  • YVETTE IRON HEART - 111
  • APRIL L. AL SAHILI - 93

OKREEK:

  • WAYNE FEDERICK - 689
  • STEVE L. DENOYER, JR. - 417
  • CRYSTAL BRAVE WRIGHT - 384
  • ANGELA "ANGIE" FAST HORSE - 296
 

PARMELEE:

  • BRIAN KEITH DILLON - 528
  • SANDRA BLACK BEAR - 305
  • ROBERT SHOT WITH TWO ARROWS - 298
  • CAROLINE SPOTTED TAIL - 232
  • JOHN SPOTTED TAIL - 228
  • LEONARD TWO EAGLE - 103
  • RENA RAHN - 69

SOLDIER CREEK:

  • KATHLEEN WOODEN KNIFE - 753
  • VALERIE CRAZY BULL - 631
  • DEBBIE BLACK LANCE - 353

SPRING CREEK:

  • LILA KILLS IN SIGHT - 622
  • DONNA HOLLOW HORN BEAR - 516
  • VERLYN WALKING EAGLE - 312
  • PAMELA KILLS IN WATER - 302

TWO STRIKE:

  • RICHARD "SMOKEY" WHIPPLE: 511
  • BEN I. BLACK BEAR III - 375
  • ANTOINE TONY METCALF - 292
  • MICHAEL ONE STAR, SR. - 237
  • IVER CROW EAGLE, JR. - 173
  • VIOLET R. LITTLE ELK - 127

 


 The Rosebud Sioux Tribe Election for 2014 for the Office of ten (10) Community Representatives is as follows:

Filing of Affidavits Openings
May 01, 2014 @ 8:00am

Closing date to file Affidavits
May 30, 2014 @ 5:00pm

List of Community Election Board Judges to Board
July 01, 2014

Last Day for Candidates to Withdraw from Election
July 10, 2014

Voter's Registration Closes
July 10, 2014

Primary Election
July 24, 2014

Contest of Primary Election
OPEN-July 28, 2014 @ 8:00am

CLOSES-Aug. 01, 2014 @ 1:00pm

General Election
August 28, 2014

Contest of General Election
OPEN-Sept. 02, 2014 @ 8:00am

ClOSES-Sept. 05, 2014 @ 1:00pm

Seating of Officers
September 08, 2014


 

Polling Locations

Hours: 8:00am to 7:00pm

Antelope Community Building

Bull Creek Community Building

Corn Creek Community Building

He Dog Community Building

Ideal North Community Building

Milk's Camp Community Building

Parmelee Community Building

Rosebud Community Building

Spring Creek Community Building

Swift Bear Community Building

Upper Cut Meat Community Building

 

Black Pipe Community Building

Butte Creek Community Building

Grass Mountain Community Building

Horse Creek Community Building

Ideal South Community Building

Okreek Community Building

Ring Thunder Community Building

Soldier Creek Community Building

St. Francis Community Building

Two Strike Youth Center

Sicangu Village Community Building

 

Bread Making Contest

In conjunction with the 138th Annual Fair & Wacipi and Sponsored by the RST Special Events Committee

When: Friday, August 22, 2014

Time: 11:00 a.m. Registration

Where: RST Council Chambers, Tribal Building, Use Parking lot entrance

Cash Prizes

1st Place: $100

2nd Place: $75.00

3rd Plce: $50.00

4th Place: $25.00

Categories: Loaf, Buns, Biscuits, Croissants, Corn Bread, Fruitbread, Frybread, Pancakes and Skillet Bread.

Must be Homemade, No Store box Mixtures.

After the contest is concluded, soup will be provided to the contest participants to enjoy the breads that are entered.

Contact person: Brenda J. Antoine, Cell #605-840-9091

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Health Fair

Wednesday 20th, 2014

10AM-3PM

Adam Bordeaux Memorial Arena

Informational Booths

Door Prizes

More Information Contact Nikki or Shannon at 605-747-4600

 

Triathlon

 

Friday 22th, 2014

 

9AM Registration

10AM Start

 

  • 200YD -Scouts Dam
  • 2.5 Miles Run - Scouts Dam to RSTDPP
  • 12 Mile Bike Ride - RSTDPP to BIA 1 West

Hoods, Long Sleeves, Tees, Water/Fruit for all participants

 

2 Mile Walk/ 5K Run

Saturday 23rd, 2014

Parking lot of RST Social Services

7:30AM Registration

8:00AM Start

t-shirts, water & fruit for those individuals who participate and Complete the 5k run / 2 mile walk and Triathlon.

 

RST Child Care Services Present

Jr. Miss & Miss Teen

Judging will be AUGUST 19th, 2014

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Child Care Office/ 1:00PM

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Lakota Language Competition

Language competition flyer

In Conjuction with Sicangu Youth Contest Wacipi

August 20th & 21st, 2014

Adam Bordeaux Memorial Area, Rosebud, SD

Competition Starts at 1:00PM both days. This is an elimination style tournament.

Categories: Elementary, Middle School, High School. Sorry no mixing grade levels.

Registration Starts at 9AM at the Wacipi Arena behind the Announcer Stand on Wednesday August 20th, 2014.

 

 

Lakota Horse Culture by Victor Douville

In Conjunction with the RST Child Care Services

Sicangu Youth Contest Wacipi 2014

1:00 PM - Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

@ the Boys and Girls Club, Rosebud SD

For more information, Contact Phil Two Eagle

605-747-5264

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Lakota Horse Culture

Hand Game Tournament 

In conjunction with the RST Child Care Services 

Sicangu Youth Contest Wacipi 

AUGUST 20th, 2014 

Adam Bordeaux Memorial Wacipi Arena 

Rosebud, SD 

Registration start at 9:00 AM behind the Wacipi Announcer Stand 

Double Elimination

Must be registered by 12:00 Noon no Exceptions

1st Place $200

2nd Place $100

3rd Place $80 

and Prizes!

Special Prize: "Best Singer Award"

Flathead/ Intertribal style

For more Information: Call 605-747-5264

or Email Phil Two Eagle at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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Kalion Knox Fundraiser to Europe

Tipi Shelves For Sale

$50.00

Kalion is raising money to participate in the 2015 Mid-West

Ambassadors of Music Tour through Europe to place an order call 605-840-0705.

Mini Round UpMini Head start Round Up

Physicals, Dental, and Hemoglobin will be provided.

Please bring with you...

Birth Certificate, Abstract, Income Verification, Current Immunization and Medicaid Card.

Give your child that Head Start in Education.

August 13 & 14, 2014

9:00am-3:00pm

RST Head Start Administration Building

Wings-of-America-Running-Camp3Running Camp

St. Francis Indian High School

9am- 3pm

Monday July 28th, 2014

Sicangu Propane Winter Contact Program

lock in the best prices by August 29th, 2014.

$1.69 Per Gallon

  • Minimum contract 200 Gallons
  • $0.10 Per Gallon Down
  • September 1, 2014 through March 30th, 2015

Place Your Order Today

(605)856-8415

SIcangu Propane Winter Contract Program

On May 29, 2014, the Court granted Class Counsel's request to disburse the second Cobell Settlement checks prior to expiration of the appeals, pending resolution by the Department of the Interior of property ownership records. It is anticipated that the second checks will be disbursed sometime in August or September. We will update as we learn more about the date of the check disbursement.

 

CLASS MEMBER ELIGIBILITY

The Settlement includes two Classes. You may be a member of one or both Classes.*

The Historical Accounting Class includes anyone that:

  • Was alive on September 30, 2009; and
  • Had an open IIM Account from October 25, 1994 to September 30, 2009; and
  • whose IIM Account had at least one deposit, which was not later reversed, at some time from

approximately 1985 to September 30, 2009.

The Trust Administration Class includes anyone who:

  • Was alive on September 30, 2009; and
  • Had an IIM Account open anytime from 1985 to September 30, 2009 (the “Electronic Ledger Era”); or
  • Owned trust or restricted land as of September 30, 2009.

* Please note that most Class Members have been identified.

DECEASED CLASS MEMBERS

(dead before September 30, 2009)

Eligible Estates include any deceased Class Member who:

  • Had an IIM Account that was still open on September 30, 2009; or

Owned trust or restricted land and had open probate proceedings on September 30, 2009.

In order to distribute to the heir(s) of an Eligible Estate, the court-appointed Claims Administrator, the

Garden City Group, Inc. (“GCG”), must have some type of legal documentation indicating where the payment

should go. Below are the types of documentation authorized by the court overseeing the Settlement for

distribution to heir(s):

  • A state or tribal probate order identifying the heirs to the estate;
  • An order showing the appointment of an executor, administrator, or personal representative of the estate;
  • The Last Will and Testament of a deceased Class Member that has been approved by a probate order;
  • A valid small estate affidavit from a Court-approved state; or
  • A Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) or federal probate order.

Please see below for where to submit copies of the estate documents marked above to GCG.

Indian Trust Settlement

Dublin, OH 43017-4877

Website: www.IndianTrust.com

Toll-Free: 1-866-591-2958 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

IMPORTANT UPDATE ON THE TRUST CLASS PAYMENTS

On May 29, 2014, the Court approved Plaintiff’s Motion to Allow Commencement of Trust Administration

Class Distribution Prior to Expiration of Appeals. Under the original terms of the Settlement Agreement, all appeal

determinations had to be completed before the Trust Class payments could be made. This Order represents the first

step in the Trust Administration payment distribution process, but there are several events that still need to occur

before distribution can be made. The Court must still approve a plan to allow payment to confirmed Class Members

while also reserving funds to pay those individuals who may become eligible if their appeals are granted.

At this time we do not know the exact date of disbursement, but additional information will be posted on our

website as it becomes available. Please visit www.indiantrust.com for further updates and information. You can

also contact our office toll free at 866-591-2958, and we will be happy to provide more information or answer any

questions.

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